Band Members

Jason Robinson - Lead Singer...

Branson, Missouri has always been special to Jason Robinson. As a child his family vacationed to Branson annually and he recalls being enamored with the shows they would see. Years later Jason would move to Branson and work for shows such as Lost In The 50's, Stuck On The 70's and Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. In 2007 Jason was the lead male vocalist for Country Tonight and is now excited to be the tenor singer for the award winning quartet New South. Jason met his wife, Katie, in the spring of 2003 "doing shows" in Branson and the couple looks forward to many more special years together.
Jason graduated from Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Missouri, with a Bachelors Degree in Christian Ministry and Psychology and also has a Masters Degree in Business Administration from John Brown University in Arkansas. Besides performing with New South, Jason works in the marketing department for Grand Country Music Hall.
In his free time Jason enjoys spending time with his family and friends, following politics and anything related to sports.
Jason and Katie reside in Branson with their three children, Emerson, Lila and Rowan.

Mark McCauley - Bass

Born in Tallahassee, Florida, Mark McCauley grew up attending Billy Hudson gospel sing locally and in South Georgia. Mark became fascinated with bass singing and began collecting gospel quartet albums. Before long, he started singing along with those bass singers at a very early age and joined his family gospel group. Later at 17, he joined his first professional quartet and ultimately wound up in Nashville on the Billboard country charts with Wally Fowler and the Tennessee Valley Boys.
He has worked with many country music legends along the way, and was a member of the Loretta Lynn Show, The Mell Tillis Show, The Blackwood Quartet, the Gospel Singing Jubilee TV series and more. He has even joined Loretta on her A&E television special Loretta Lynn Live.
The American Association of Musical Artists (AAMA) voted Mark McCauley Favorite Bass Singer twice.
He is married to his lovely wife Donel, and together they have one son, Jacob.
Mark holds a black belt in Kenpo Jiu Jitsu (Shodan). In addition, he enjoys real estate and is a Master Mason. He really enjoys carrying on the old style tradition of baffling low notes that shake the building.

David Price - Baritone

David was born in Port Huron, Michigan. One of four siblings, David has had a love for music as long as he can remember.
He has spent the past few years traveling with Southern Gospel groups such as the Calvarymen and the Nelons
Pizza, cookies, and french toast are some of his favorite foods. To pass the time, he loves to play golf and record music, but all of those things fall short when compared to time with his three year old dog, "Dozer Brian."
In summing up who he is, Davud said, "I've lived by the code that relationships are the most important things in life. I have been blessed with a relationship with my Savior, Jesus Christ, and have the best family and friends I could ever ask for."

Jonny Drockleman - Tenor

While Jonny is the newest member of New South, he is all too familiar with the workings at Grand Country Music Hall. Before joining New South, Jonny was a regular cast member of the Comedy Jamboree at Grand Country Music Hall for 10 full seasons.

Originally from Pekin, ILL., Jonny has been performing in theatre for most of his life. After college, Jonny came to Branson and worked for many shows and attractions including Dino's Christmas Show, Echo Hollow, For the Glory and other Silver Dollar City Shows before joining the Grand Country family.

Mike Patrick - Producer & Manager

Mike Patrick is celebrating his 23rd year in show business.
He performed with one of Branson, Missouri's founding shows, the world famous Foggy River Boys until their retirement. Mike also spent 17 years with Silver Dollar City as their Entertainment & Events Manager. He produced various productions and events which included the Great American Music Festival, National Kids Festival and The Old Time Christmas Festival. In 2001, he was awarded Branson's Show Of The Year by producing Silver Dollar City's Echo Hollow show, Sundown Jubilee.
Mike is a native of southwest Missouri growing up in Nixa. He was inducted into the Nixa Academic Hall Of Fame in 2004. He also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications Management from Missouri State University.
In 2003, he joined Branson's Grand Country Square as General Manager of the Grand Country Music Hall. Responsibilities include marketing for the property and executive producer for all theatre productions and special events within Grand Country.
Table Rock Lake and aviation are his favorite hobbies on a day off.
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New South, Branson's Best Quartet, performs regularly at the Grand Country Music Hall, in Branson, Missouri. You don't want to miss this high energy group as th...ey take the stage every night to a packed house along famed 76 Country Music Boulevard. Formed in 2003, New South is the headlining group for the award winning Grand Jubilee, 50 weeks a year. Now more than ever the quartet strives to provide quality entertainment for Branson tourists.
In 2010, by popular demand, the quartet opened New South Gospel. This two-hour southern gospel extravaganza takes you from the early roots of southern gospel to hand-clapping gospel hits of today. From the Jordanaires to Bill Gaither, this show leaves you walking a little higher.

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* Grand Jubilee is performed at 7:30 p.m. year-round.

* New South Gospel is performed Thursday afternoon at 3:00 p.m.


New South - "Best Quartet" 2009, 2010

Grand Jubilee - "Best Variety Show" 2009, "Show of the Year" 2013
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Current Location
Branson, Missouri
General Manager
Mike Patrick